Laurens South Carolina Golf Courses

Lakeside Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Lakeside Country Club -- lakeside
Review by: Casey Kaufman First of all, let me say that the staff is very nice. The clubhouse is aptly stocked and the refreshments are affordable. The course is an old links layout with hard, sloping fairways and lined with pine trees. Some of the fairways are quite narrow and being in the correct location is critical and oftentimes difficult. I think that the course actually plays a little more difficult than the slope indicates--but of course, our group plays the course as a par 68. Most of the holes are rather short but pin placements can present problems if you're not careful. The greens are bent grass and roll as true as you'll find anywhere. Overall it's a fun and challenging course that's worth trying.
From Greenwood, SC

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Berkeley Country Club -- Berkeley, a user friendly golf course
Review by: Bill Kennedy Berkeley CC is the kind of course you can relax and enjoy--especially if you struggle to break 100 at places like Crowfield and Rivertowne. The fairways have generous landing areas, with few OBs. Many holes have adjoining fairways, so wayward shots can at least be found and played. Water fronts two par threes, so you won't lose two dozen golf balls playing here. The greens were recently replaced, and the course is in excellent condition. Relaxed dress codes mean you can play comfortably, and the food and drinks are priced lower than any other course in the area. Tee times are generally easy to get.
From Goose Creek